October 10, 2014
Imagine you have a special occasion coming up on the calendar. A wedding, your high school reunion or maybe a vacation planned with friends. Part of enjoying those events is having the confidence to socialize, talk and, of course, smile. But if your pearly whites aren’t their whitest, you may be reluctant to show how happy you are with a smile. Well then, it might be time for teeth whitening at Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry in Sapulpa, OK.
The causes of yellow, stained and discolored teeth are almost difficult to avoid. Some of the reasons include:
- Deeply colored foods, such as carrots and tomato sauce
- Common beverages, such as colas, tea and coffee
- Certain antibiotics
- Tobacco use
- Teeth grinding and injuries that cause cracks where stains can accumulate
- Natural aging
Whatever the cause, teeth whitening can usually help restore your teeth’s natural whiteness, or even give you a smile that is several shades whiter. At Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry, Dr. Dalia Georgy and Dr. Parnam Mohanna are ready to give you the bright smile you want the way you want.
Two Ways to Whiten Teeth
If that special occasion is just around the corner, you’ll want to choose the in-office teeth whitening system called Sapphire Whitening. In one 30-minute session, teeth can become up to 10 shades whiter using the special Sapphire whitening gel and Plasma Arc Light.
On the other hand, if you have more time or if you prefer to whiten your teeth at home, then Drs. Georgy and Mohanna will give you custom-fitted whitening trays and professional-grade gel. Simply fill the trays with gel and wear them for the amount of time the doctor specifies. You will see whiter teeth in one to two weeks.
Call Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry Today
Ready to show up to your special occasion with a white and healthy-looking smile? Call Drs. Georgy and Mohanna at Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry for a teeth whitening treatment. Our office conveniently serves Sapulpa, OK, and the communities of Tulsa, Bixby, Jenks, Okmulgee, Keifer, Mounds and Glenpool.
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